Definition of Diptote. Meaning of Diptote. Synonyms of Diptote

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Definition of Diptote

Diptote
Diptote Dip"tote, n. [Gr. ?; di- = di`s- twice + ? falling, fr. ? to fall: cf. F. diptote.] (Gram.) A noun which has only two cases. --Andrews.

Meaning of Diptote from wikipedia

- Arabic, sometimes -an is changed to a simple -a in pausa or spoken Arabic. Diptotes never take an alif ending in the written Arabic and are never pronounced...
- properties) of these nouns. The diptote declension. Diptotes have a different declension only in the singular indefinite state. Diptote means that they only have...
- case but not for gender or number. Furthermore, elatives belong to the diptote declension. E.g. صغير ṣaghīr 'small' derives the elative أصغر ’aṣghar 'smaller'...
- Safaitic (ca. 3rd - 4th century AD) Triptote Diptote Dual Masculine plural Feminine plural Nominative ∅..الـ (ʾal-)...-∅ -∅ الـ)..ـَان) (ʾal-)...-ān الـ)...
- Proto-Arabic (unattested) Triptote Diptote Dual Masculine Plural Feminine Plural Nominative -un -u -āni -ūna -ātun Accusative -an -a -ayni -īna -ātin...
- is a triptote (something rare in proper nouns, since they are usually diptotes). One should be humble. One should understand that the Qurʼan is not the...
- always be written (except for words ending in tā’ marbūṭah, hamzah or diptotes) even if an is not. Grammatical cases and tanwīn endings in indefinite...
- Nominal inflection Triptote Diptote Dual Masculine Plural Feminine Plural Nominative -un -u -āni -ūna -ātun Accusative -an -a -ayni -īna -ātin Genitive...
- Nominal inflection Triptote Diptote Dual Masculine Plural Feminine Plural Nominative -un -u -āni -ūna -ātun Accusative -an -a -ayni -īna -ātin Genitive...
- Malkat- (queen) for example: As in Arabic, some exceptional nouns (known as diptotes) have the suffix -a in the genitive. There is no Ugaritic equivalent for...
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